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Tips and articles for backroad camping adventures across Canada.

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Before you head out on your backcountry winter adventures, print off our Winter Travel Checklist to to ensure you pack everything you need for a safe and exciting bucket list adventure this season!

 









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November 17, 2017
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With only 6 weeks remaining until our new store opens up in November, my wife, Jenna, and I decided it was our last chance to get out of the city for quite a while! Seizing the opportunity, we decided to head for the Sunshine Coast, an area that we had only been able to explore once before, and only for a couple of days. We geared up our Tacoma and hit the road aiming for Horseshoe Bay.Read More >
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October 30, 2017
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Cache us if you can!

August 9, 2017

Saturday, August 19th, 2017, the world celebrates International Geocaching Day. Many veteran geocachers use this day to find and swap souvenirs, track and log caches or attend the many designated geocaching events, but for beginners, it’s also a great day to try it out for the first time.





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August 9, 2017
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With the Canadian Rockies’ well-earned reputation for breathtaking scenery and endless outdoor adventure, it can be hard to find a place to camp without reserving ahead of time. To help you find a last minute camping spot, here is our guide to first-come, first-served camping in the Parks of the Canadian Rockies.Read More >
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July 24, 2017
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With the Labour Day weekend upon us, at first glance it may look like many campsites are already filled up with reservations making it difficult to find a place to play outdoors. While the opportunity to book camping reservations may be long gone, with a Backroad Mapbook or GPS Maps you can find many first-come first-served campsites at your favourite BC campsites. Check out our list of BC’s best first-come, first-served campsites.Read More >
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June 20, 2017
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Are You a Bear Baiter?

June 6, 2017

On  a recent trip to New Brunswick I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Holland, The Resourceful Redneck who also happens to be a co-founder of The Wild Turkey conservation in Canada and Bass Pro's Pro-Staff speaker at the New Brunswick Sportsmen’s Show.  Mike is a seasoned hunter and has committed his life to both his sport and his love for wildlife conservation, especially when it comes to protecting wild turkey populations in Canada.

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June 6, 2017
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As summer rolls into fall, Labour Day always seems to sneak up on us when we least expect it! To help you get out and enjoy Ontario’s beautiful outdoors the BRMB team has put together some tips for finding a first-come first-served campsite near you.Read More >
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May 24, 2017
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Ready for your next camping trip? Not before you check out these genius camping hacks guaranteed to make you a happy camper this season!Read More >
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May 18, 2017
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By far one of the most beloved outdoor activities that thousands of Canadians takes part in each year is camping. With the wide range of places to go and accessibility for people of all ages and skill levels, camping has quickly become one of the quintessential elements of a Canadian lifestyle. To help you make the most of your weekend camping trips, we have put together a list of Canada’s Top 50 Campgrounds, so you can ensure you will be a well-rested and well-adventured happy camper this year!Read More >
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March 28, 2017
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Backpacking can burn a LOT of calories, and that can mean a lot of food to pack along. Lucky for you, we’ have come up with a 5 Day Backcountry Menu to save you space in your bag and keep you full in your belly on your backpacking trek!Read More >
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March 6, 2017
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After a long day hiking through Canada’s backcountry, it is always nice to unwind with a cool refreshing beverage around the fire. The key is to know what to pack so you are not bogged down by your grog. Check out these 5 drinks to mix on your next backcountry trip!





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February 17, 2017
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Although trail mix can be a great option for a snack on the trail, or a simple snack while camping, store-bought brands can be expensive and come with a lot of unhealthy (and unnecessary) ingredients. That is why we have put together this handy cheat sheet to make your own trail mix, and we have even added some tried and true recipes!



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January 31, 2017
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